- dinsdag 28 jan 2020, 17:00 - donderdag 30 jan 2020, 16:15
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Participation is free of charge. However, advance registration is required.
The conference will work on an inventory of the hot-spots of digital governance, and it will discuss with which best practices and approaches one can get a grip on the challenges of the ongoing digital transformation.
The conference will be concerned with overarching questions on the outer limits of digital governance and the internal modalities of achieving it—directly or indirectly, and privately or publicly. The conference has two major parts addressing the fundamental societal challenges of digital governance, thereby following the dimensions 1) private/public and 2) intra/cross-jurisdictional.
About the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence Digital Governance (DIGOV)
Digital Governance (DIGOV) is the name of the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence that has been awarded by the European Commission to Erasmus School of Law, in conjunction with the Centre for Business Law and Practice of the Law School of the University of Leeds (UK) and the Law School of Bar-Ilan University (Israel). Centres of Excellence are awarded to outstanding research groups that have a visible societal impact and do cutting-edge research on an international scale.
Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Robots, 3D-Printing, the Smart Factory, Autonomous Cars or Chat Bots. These terms are short cuts for the technological and social disruptions with which we are confronted at our workplaces, at home, at school, when we are buying something on the internet or if we take part in elections. The new EU Commission lead by von der Leyen has identified digitalization and digital governance as one of its main priorities for the upcoming years.
DIGOV asks which rules and norms are needed to enable Big Data and Artificial Intelligence to fully support our individual and societal interests. To that aim DIGOV organizes international conferences, a visiting scholar program, policy consultations and builds up an open teaching platform.
For more information visit our website:www.digov.eu.
Location: Senate Room, Erasmus Building, 1st Floor.
|17.00||Get together & Registration|
Opening by Rutger Engels, Rector Magnificus EUR
Keynote lecture ‘Judicial Tech’ by Christoph Engel (MPI / EUR)
Location: Sanders Building, room 0.03.
|09.00||Late registration and welcome|
Panel 1: New technologies and their disruptive impact on economic integration
|10.45||Short coffee break|
Panel 2: E-government – liquid democracy and tight administration
Panel 3: Teaching digital governance - blending the digital curriculum
|16.15||General debate with the public|
|19.00||Conference dinner at Restaurant Okay, Vijf Werelddelen 71, Rotterdam|
Location: Van der Goot Building, Forum room.
|09.00||Coffee & tea|
Panel 4: Digital Platforms: Competitors and Regulators
|10.45||Short coffee break|
Panel 5: Data all over the place; but who is responsible?
Roundtable Mapping digital governance – Intra and cross jurisdictional challenges for law and policy making in the EU and beyond with Sara Kemppainen (I4ADA), Anna Keuning (ESL), Patrick Spigt (Haarlem Municipality), Christoph Steck (Telefonica), Bart Vrancken (De Volksbank), Hub Zwart (ESPhil)
Moderated by Gerrit Schipper (ECDA)
|15.45||Wrapping up by Klaus Heine & Evert Stamhuis|
Closing words by Suzan Stoter, Dean ESL
Farewell drinks & reception
This conference has been made possible through the financial support of:
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Marianne Breijer, event manager
Erasmus School of Law